Ascension (National Museum of Health and Medicine)

Surprisingly sci-fi tube in which resides the expanded skeleton. A preview of teleportation, perhaps?

From series James G. Mundie’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Posted by James Mundie on 2007-07-fifteen seventeen:fifteen:19

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